Sony KDL32EX723 32" Full HD 1080p 3D LED TV £379/- -Sainsburys
Sony KDL32EX723 32" Full HD 1080p 3D LED TV £379/- -Sainsburys

Sony KDL32EX723 32" Full HD 1080p 3D LED TV £379/- -Sainsburys

Buy forBuy forBuy for£379
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Previously £599/- now down to £379/- Full HD and 3D LED TV from Sony

Product Overview(Sainsbury info)
Enjoy TV, films and games in full HD, in 2D and 3D, get the best of the web and free Skype calls - and use a host of smart features - all with the Sony KDL32EX723 LED TV.

You'll get lifelike pictures, with a smooth view of fast-action sports and movies thanks to Sony's Motionflow XR200. Enjoy a high contrast picture on a slim LED screen. Every pixel of your 2D or 3D picture is enhanced by the picture technology.

Need to make a call during an ad break? Make free video calls on you TV in clear detail with Skype. Record the show you might miss straight to hard disk (not included) via USB. You can even link a Smartphone to your TV to find details about the TV programme you're watching.

You won't have to leave your sofa to enjoy the best of the web. Connect to the web and stream Internet videos directly to your TV. Wireless LAN-ready capability means you can simply plug in a USB Wi-Fi adaptor from Sony and connect without wires too. With more channels being added all the time, it's now even easier to enjoy what you want, when you want.

Enjoy a huge range of free digital TV and radio channels, including HD programmes with built-in Freeview HD. There's no subscription or contract and no need for a set-top box or satellite dish. It's all easily accessible using just one remote control and your external TV aerial.

Use a Smartphone as a TV remote control or second display screen for online video with Media Remote firmware upgrade needed.



hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htmVerdict 'Qualified Recommendation'

avforums.com/rev…272Verdict 'Good'

which.co.uk/tec…ew/Score 61%

techradar.com/rev…iewVerdict 3.5/5

trustedreviews.com/son…iewVerdict 7/10

digitalversus.com/tv-…tmlVerdict 4/5

Good 2D performance. If you want good 3D performance, look elsewhere.

£349 including 5 Year Warranty was the deal to grab ... hotukdeals.com/dea…041 ... expired of course..

Edited by: "dooper" 18th Apr 2012

Which? recommended picture settings...

Brightness 50/100
Contrast 91/100
Colour 60/100
Picture profile Standard
Sharpness 62/100
Backlight 5/10
Colour temperature: Neutral
Noise reduction: Off
MPEG noise reduction: Off
Dot noise reduction: Off
Motionflow: Off
Film mode: Off
Black corrector: Off
contrast enhancer: Off
Gamma: 0/±3
Auto light limiter: Off
Clear white: Off
Live colour: Off
White balance: R, G, B gain: All 0/-40 to 0 R, G, B bias: All 0/±20
Detail enhancer: Low
Edge enhancer: Low
Light sensor: Off
Power Saving: Off

Got mine over a week ago, it is a good TV. I know a lot of reviews do not rate it too highly. Admittedly it is not the best offering you can get out there. e.g. Samsung UE32D6530 has far better 2D and 3D picture, etc. but it also cost 50% more money. Therefore if you are looking for an all rounder that supports internet streaming (require either wifi dongle or direct ethernet connection), USB media, TV recording to external USB, Freeview HD, 3D and a decent picture quality. You cannot go wrong with this. Also the Android app for this TV is very well designed. I use the HD tablet version. When you are in YouTube searching for a video, the tablet doubled up as a full qwerty keyboard.
Edited by: "vinnyk" 18th Apr 2012

Thanks dooper for the TV settings

Also same price at Currys


And 50p cheaper at Amazon & Dixons for those interested

Heat added tho as Nectar points to be had

This is now £359.99......

£399 + postage at direct Tv website...40 quid more for 5 more inches.. if any one interested

Post a comment